If you’re tired of Verizon dragging their feet on an official update to Android 4.1 for their 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Nexus, you might be interested in checking out a newly released ROM based off the JRO03L AOSP build. The code recently hit the AOSP servers and provides the purest Jelly Bean experience you could expect for the device. It’s more or less what you will get when an official update takes place. When that will happen is anyone’s guess, so if you aren’t averse to rooting your device and flashing some custom software heading to the XDA link below might be worth your while.
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TAGS: Samsung Galaxy Nexus